|Logic and Design of Computer Programs||
Logic and Design of Computer Programs
|178.90||approx. 7-9 days|
This book is designed for use in a language -independent, introductory programming course. Its purpose is to help students learn general programming topics, structured programming principles, and how to use basic tools and algorithms.
1. Flow charts provide visual depiction of a solution to a problem.
Students gain the visual perspective allowing the teacher to focus on the logic. (Appear in Enrichment Sections for every chapter).
2. Exercises permit teachers to provide additional practice keyed to a specific objective area.
3. Key terms allow students to review the key concepts quickly.
1 Introduction and Terminology
2 Structured Design & The Hierarchy Chart
3 Flowcharts, Pseudocode, and Sequential Structure
4 The Selection/Decision Structures
5 Compound Conditions
6 The Iteration Structures
8 Data Validation
9 File Processing and Maintenance
10 Business Reports
11 Other Programming Paradigms
13 Swapping and Sorting
Module 1 Numbers and Computer Arithmetic
Module 2 Modules: Functions and Program Design